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follow in someone's footsteps to pursue a course of action very similar to that of someone else.
follow in the footsteps of to follow after, in succession or imitation.
follow one's nose to move or act according to instinct.
follow up to act further, esp. so as to bring (something) to a conclusion.
follow-through the act or process of carrying on with an activity or project, esp. to completion. [2 definitions]
follow-up the act or process of following up, esp. with something that may increase the effectiveness of an earlier action. [4 definitions]